Casey Insurance Group Blog: marine insurance
View the latest blog posts from Casey Insurance Group.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019Airbnb has shown that the sharing economy can work. A new report says, in 2018, the peer-to-peer rental company's annual sales surpassed Hilton, based on data from U.S. travelers (excluding business spending). For boat owners looking to make extra money renting their boats on peer-to-peer boat rental networks like Boatsetter, what can they learn from Airbnb's success? READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 8, 2015One of the most dangerous places to be in a lightning storm is in an open area where you are the highest object. That is exactly your situation when you're in a boat on the water. Lightning seeks the easiest path to the water and traveling through you and your boat is easier than going through the air next to you. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, January 29, 2014Owning a boat is a big expense and the cost of insuring it can be one financial burden too many. Many people think it’s a good idea to cancel their boat insurance during the winter when their boat isn’t in use in order to save money, but history has proved otherwise. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 Susan Everhard Joins Casey Insurance Group Fort Lauderdale, FL Nov. 2012 - Susan Everhard recently joined Casey Insurance Group’s as the Director of Marketing and licensed “Yacht Charter Insurance Specialist”. READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 11, 2012The term Inland Marine Insurance might mistakenly invoke thoughts that it applies only to boats that are being used on a land-locked body of water like a major lake or river system. That sounds about right, as it was the original reason for its development, but it covers far more than that now. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, May 8, 2012Origins of formal marine insurance Maritime insurance was the earliest well-developed kind of insurance, with origins in the Greek and Roman maritime loan. Separate marine insurance contracts were developed in Genoa and other Italian cities in the fourteenth century and spread to northern Europe. READ MORE >>